Dr. Simon is a renowned expert in gynecological and sexual health, leading clinical research studies that have brought innovative approaches to medicine. A hands on, caring and experienced physician, James A. Simon, MD, offers extensive knowledge and a passion for exceptional healthcare to help women live happy, healthy and fulfilling lives.
Lucy D. Treene, MS, PA-C and Carol J. Mack, MPH, PA-C have worked alongside Dr. Simon for 16 and 13 years, respectively. Lucy specializes in vulvar and sexual pain, one of the few such experienced practitioners in the area. She offers common sense solutions and medications to provide relief for women. Carol offers her expertise to women struggling with infertility. Her deep understanding of the area and supportive personality helps couples navigate the most complicated infertility plan. Carol also makes use of her MPH (master's degree in public health), serving as a liaison and sub-investigator for the many clinical research trials ongoing at James A. Simon, MD, PC.
James A. Simon, MD, is leading clinical research to help advance healthcare for women. Current clinical research trials include:
Each study provides free evaluation, examinations, diagnostic tests and study medication. study participants also receive reasonable compensation for their time and trouble. To learn more about these studies or to enroll, please click on the links above or contact Alisha Lutat or Carol Mack, MPH, PA-C at 202-293-1000.
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We couldn't be more grateful for helping us get our baby girl -- we're so in love with her. Your compassion, skill, encouragement and talent made our road to pregnancy and parenthood much easier.
I just wanted to take a moment to thank you for everything you've done for me -- you've really gone above and beyond. You are a great example for what healthcare should be.
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